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Ribble Valley visit was Royal's most expensive

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Chief Constable Steve Finnigan

Lancashire's top cop retires

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Michelle Kiss. (s)

Memorial walk to honour Whalley mum

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Burnley Coroner's Court

Death crash dad did not know road

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In pictures: Reunion really was Cat's Whiskers of a night

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Father and son rap artistes return to roots for concert to combat racism

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Drink-driving ex-motocross racer banned

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Romanian women rescued from sexual exploitation in Burnley

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Both drivers have been suspended

Heavy goods drivers suspended for mobile phone use

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Alan (front row, second left) in the Abbey Chapel after the Communion Service with gathered clergy colleagues, family, and friends.

Minister celebrates 60 years of service

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Companies in bid to run West Coast Mainline announced

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Manchester, Gatwick and Stansted are in the bottom five in the AirHelp ranking which looks at punctuality, quality and service at 76airports worldwide.

Manchester Airport among 'worst in the world' according to new ranking

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The roundabout junction with Royle Road and Brown Street.

Major roadworks to begin in Burnley

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Manchester Victoria likely to remain closed for several days after Manchester Arena bomb

Manchester Victoria likely to remain closed for several days after Manchester Arena bomb

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19 people have been killed in a suspected terrorist incident

Northern rail service changes following suspected terrorist incident at Manchester Arena

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Last day for Lancashire Chief Constable

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Chief Constable Steve Finnigan

Lancashire's top cop retires

Crime
The defendant was disqualified for a year and was fined 235.

Drink-driving ex-motocross racer banned

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Police rescued two women in Burnley

Romanian women rescued from sexual exploitation in Burnley

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Retired head gets on her bike in memory of Georgia

Education
Barnoldswick Church of England Primary School children with their 'Outstanding' report.

'Outstanding' Barnoldswick school "enables all children to thrive"

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Science festival was buzzing with fun, ideas and.....skeletons

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Poet Ash Dickenson with year six pupils Shoaib Ali, Amna Javed, Laibah Ahmed and Abubaker Naweb.

International poet was guest at Burnley primary school

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Youth of Pendle responds to Cohesion challenge

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Number of zero hours workers doubles in north west

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The new Snap Map

VIDEO: Everything you need to know about Snapchat's new location sharing Snap Map - according to Snapchat

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West Coast Mainline

Companies in bid to run West Coast Mainline announced

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Supermarkets are cutting the price of fuel

Supermarkets enter fuel price war following overcharging claims

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Father and son rap artistes return to roots for concert to combat racism

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The "extremely rare" signed copy of Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf.

£17k for signed copy of Hitler's Mein Kampf auctioned in the Ribble Valley

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The blue cloth-covered 1935 edition bears the Nazi dictator's signature on the front fly leaf.

Signed copy of Hitler's Mein Kampf up for auction in the Ribble Valley

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The 11EOD Tour de Troops team.

Earby Sargeant's 1,100-mile cycle for bomb disposal charity

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A deal for every vote: How the DUP will support Theresa May

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Theresa May's future as Prime Minister and leader of the Conservatives was being openly questioned after her decision to hold a snap election disastrously backfired.

Theresa May's future as Prime Minister is questioned after snap election backfires

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Police are hunting the vandals who stripped the bark from this tree in Barnoldswick.

Search for mindless vandals after tree attack

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The stretch known as Straight Mile along the Leeds Liverpool Canal in Burnley which the Rev Paul Davis plans to walk as part of a linear pilgrimage.

Waterway to spread the Gospel

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Kind hearted town gets behind cancer mum's battle for lifesaving treatment

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Barry will be tackling the Great North Family Run in July.

Terminally ill Brierfield runner tackles his first 10k

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Volunteers and staff at the new roof garden

Hospital roof garden should lift spirits

Health
Parking charges will come into force from July 1st

Parking charges for Clitheroe and Pendle hospitals

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Could you give blood?

More Lancashire blood donors needed to keep stocks topped up

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